Portland Chapter

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August 5, 2013

Summer Soiree Brings in $10K!

The 1st Annual Surfrider Summer Soiree put on by the Portland Chapter of Surfrider Foundation was held at the Holocene located on SE Morrison on Thursday, July 25th. Over 300 people attended helped to raise over $10,000 at the event, which included a surf movie, art show, silent auctions and raffles.
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February 11, 2013

Crescent Beach Cleanup!

Kudos to all of those who stayed late after the Portland Chapter of Surfrider Foundation’s annual planning retreat this weekend to help clean up a beautiful little stretch of beach north of Cannon beach that needed some attention from the increase in marine debris.
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January 26, 2013

Oaks Crossing Restoration!

Thanks to everyone who came out to Oaks Crossing today! We planted hundreds of native plants, removed english ivy, and cleaned up trash. Special thanks to Portland Parks and Recreation and New Seasons Market for the tasty snacks!
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July 19, 2012

August 4 Paddle: Hands Across the Sand

Please join us on August 4 at 11:30 AM at the SE Portland Boathouse (East Side of Hawthorne Bridge) for a Hands Across the Sand paddle event on the Willamette River! Bring your kayak, SUP, canoe or surfboard or rent from Alder Creek Kayak who are offering a 50% discount on kayaks and SUPs to all event attendees (call to reserve ahead). We’ll meet by the Surfrider tent in the gravel parking lot next to East Esplanade (1515 SE Water Ave 97215). We’ll have a Surfrider table with info on Portland Chapter’s many volunteer opportunities. ¬†Hands Across the Sand is a grassroots event opposing offshore drilling and supporting clean energy. At noon, we’ll ¬†join hands in solidarity with events around the world and then go for a group paddle on the river!

July 16, 2012

Nestucca Spit gets Barefoot Friendly

Some of our haul; Photo: Charlie Plybon

Big thanks to all our partners and volunteers who turned out for this year’s Barefoot Beach Rescue Project. The Portland Chapter of Surfrider Foundation and about 51 volunteers turned out on Saturday and helped remove about 1,400 pounds of debris from Bob Straub state park in Pacific City, better known to the locals as Nestucca Spit. Thanks so much to all who turned out and of course to Barefoot Wine, Hunter PR and Joshua Radin our musical guest!

Photo: Michael Halle

Photo: Michael Halle

Photo: Charlie Plybon

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